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by Brian D Sumner

Author: Brian D Sumner
Language: English
Publisher: Canadian Energy Research Institute (1984)
Pages: 3 pages
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Two Alternative Transportation-Fuel Options This product is part of the .

of SCO Versus Conventional Petroleum Oil sands are deposits of bitumen, a thick, tarlike mixture of hydrocarbons and other substances contained in sand or porous rock.

FUELS Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Expansion: Costs, Resources, Production Capacity, and Retail Availability for Low-Carbon Scenarios TRANSPORTATION ENERGY FUTURES SERIES: Alternative Fuel Infrastructure. Implications of Abundant Natural Gas.

Transportation fuels Methanol nSubstitute for CNG nGasoline (MTG .

Transportation fuels Methanol nSubstitute for CNG nGasoline (MTG process) nDimethyl Ether (DME) nFischer-Tropsch (FT) diesel nMixed Alcohols n n. Substitute Natural Gas (SNG). Oil is extracted from dry algae by solvents Algae oil is converted to biodiesel Oil cake can be gasified to produce syn gas which can be used to produce liquid fuels( diesel and gasoline) via F-T process Cost of production of biodiesel from microalgae is ~ $ . 0/gal. Conclusions: Awide range of transportation fuels, which can reduce our vulnerabilityto disruption in fuel supplies and improve our balance of trade deficit, can be produced from biomass.

MTG) Background Technical assessment Advantages and Disadvantages of Syngas-Based Fuel Technology History Process Summary Chinese Technology Technology Comparison Developing.

MTG) Background Technical assessment Advantages and Disadvantages of Syngas-Based Fuel Technology History Process Summary Chinese Technology Technology Comparison Developing Technologies Capacity China Rest of World Demand China Rest of World Conclusions. Mike Nash – Global Director, Methanol and Syngas. Mike manages methanol and acetyls insight for IHS Chemical, and contributes to a variety of acetyl and methanol-related weekly, monthly, and annual market reports. He joined IHS Chemical in August 2012, with over 21 years of experience in the chemical and commercial fuel industries.

PDF This 2014 report covers fuel cell cost analysis of both light duty vehicle .

PDF This 2014 report covers fuel cell cost analysis of both light duty vehicle (automotive) and transit bus applications for only the current year. cell vehicles have the potential to eliminate the need for oil in the transportation sector. Fuel cell systems will have to be.

USE OF METHANOL AS A TRANSPORTATION FUEL November 2007. Relatively few changes are needed to turn a vehicle into a methanol FFV, and the incremental cost is less than the cost of most optional equipment on cars today.

Reserves of coal are substantial, and the technology to use it is well established.

The transportation fuels produced in the refinery are later combusted in. .

The transportation fuels produced in the refinery are later combusted in vehicle engines. In this study, we considered three pathways for the production of transportation fuels from THAI.

This report presents preliminary process designs and the corresponding production economics (capex + opex) for .

This report presents preliminary process designs and the corresponding production economics (capex + opex) for upgrading tar sands to synthetic crude oil that can be pumped through common carrier pipelines. Although we focus on Canadian Tar Sands in this report, the same technologies can be applied to Orinoco heavy oil (Venezuela), and other sources of extractable bitumen. We examine the nature and composition of various tar sand sources in situ, and present 2 process technologies for extraction of Athabasca (Alberta) tar sands:, Surface mining + conventional retorting.